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The circumference of a sperical candle is 15.7 inches. What is the volume of wax in the candle?

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    Volume of sphere = 4/3(pi*r^3) so plugging in we get 16 210.1699inches squared.

  2. anonymous
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    *cubed

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    Firstly, why in the world would you have a spherical candle........ Secondly, \[C=\pi*2r\] \[15.7=\pi*2r\] r=2.498733 \[V=(4/3)\pi*r^{3}\] \[V=(4/3)\pi*(2.498733)^{3}\] V= 65.35034 inches cubed.

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    Thank you! I only know that pie should be eaten LOL :0

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